Acadians on the "Duke William" and the "Violet"
Excerpt of an article published in 1990 in Contact-Acadie concerning the Acadians who were put aboard the "Duke William" and the "Violet", two British ships that sank in December 1758.
Captain Pile's memoirs
Memoirs of Captain Pile, crew member of the English ship, the "Duke William", which sank in 1758 with Acadian deportees aboard
Deportation of the Acadians from Île St.-Jean, 1758
Article published in 1999 in The Island Magazine concerning the Deportation of the Acadians from the île Saint-Jean (Prince Edward Island) in 1758
Letter from Girard to l'Isle-Dieu, 1759
Letter from Jacques Girard, missionary in Acadie, to father l'Isle-Dieu, Québec's bishop vicar-general in Paris, concerning the sinking of the "Duke William", a British ship in which he and numerous A…
Oudy family, sinking of the "Violet", 1758
Genealogy entry of the Oudy family, an Acadian family that disappeared after the "Violet" sank, in 1758
Sinking of the "Duke William", 1758
Excerpt of a book published in the Cahiers de la Société historique acadienne, on the sinking of the "Duke William", an English ship transporting Acadian deportees to France, 1758